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FUN DANCE & EXERCISE
Call now for information
• Maree 0411 600 658
• Julie 0409 315 343
• Helen 0413 798 789
FOR FUN, FITNESS AND FRIENDSHIP COME JOIN THE CANBERRA
PHYSICAL CULTURE CLUB
-- Strength -- Flexibility -- Deportment -- Poise -- Agility
-- Concentration -- Co-ordination -- Stamina -- Balance
Classes for girls & ladies of all ages
All while having fun!
Trial two free classes'
Classes held in Wanniassa
Come and meet us at Woden Westfield Shopping
Centre (Level 1, near Muffin Break) on Saturday
31st January, or Tuggeranong Hyperdome (in front
of Woolworths) on Saturday 7th February.
FIND A CLASS NEAR YOU
Call 6249 6117 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ainslie --- Wednesdays 8:00 pm. Starts 4 February at
All Saints Church Hall, Cowper St
Belconnen --- Fridays 12:30 pm. Starts 6 February at
Belconnen Arts Centre, 118 Emu Bank
Braddon --- Saturdays 11:30 am. Starts 7 February at
the O'Donnell Youth Centre, cnr Limestone Avenue and Henty Street
Charnwood --- Mondays 6:30 pm. Starts 2 February at
Charnwood Primary School, Bettington Circuit
Hackett --- Wednesdays 9:15 am. Starts 4 February at
St Margaret's Church Hall, cnr Phillip Ave and Antill St
Jerrabomberra -- Tuesdays 6:00 pm. Starts 3 February at
Jerrabomberra Community Centre, The Parkway
Mondays 4:30 pm. Starts 2 February
Tuesdays 11:30 am. Starts 3 February
Tuesdays 6:00 pm. Starts 3 February
Fridays 9:30 am. Starts 6 February
Saturdays 9:30 am. Starts 7 February
All at 65 Dundas Court (upstairs)
Tuggeranong --- Thursdays 7:00 pm. Starts 5 February at the
Tuggeranong Seniors Centre, 101 Cowlishaw Street, Greenway
TRY TAI CHI FOR FREE AT OUR OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 31 January 1:30 - 3:30-pm
Upstairs, 65 Dundas Court, Phillip
See demonstrations of Tai Chi, free try-it session.
Join us for tea and nibbles.
The members of Brindabella Calisthenics College participate in competitions throughout
Fun, friendship and teamwork
Fun, friendship, commitment, team-
work, personal development -- these are
all characteristics your child can learn at
Brindabella Calisthenics College.
Calisthenics, or cali-dance, is a won-
derful team sport which combines the
skills of gymnastics, ballet and innovative
dancing into a competitive sport for all
children of all ages and experience
BCC is committed to providing an
enjoyable, safe, nurturing and challen-
ging experience for all club members and
coaches, inspiring creativity and excel-
The talented BCC coaches and mem-
bers can assist with developing flexibility,
technique and strength in dance, and
also promote self-confidence, teamwork
and leadership skills, as they have a real
passion for self-improvement and
growth. A number of former and current
BCC members credit many life successes
to the experience and skills they gained
Cali-dance teams compete in numer-
ous physical routines ranging from preci-
sion marching and apparatus routines to
ballet-style dance and gymnastics routin-
es, all of which encourage flexibility and
core strength. Additional routines
include singing and acting.
BCC classes are run locally at Charles
Conder Primary School between Febru-
ary and November each year. As cali-
dance is a team sport, every member of
the team is vital and plays an important
role in each class and competition.
Competitions are held over June, August,
September and October, and require all
club participants to be present.
Then there are the amazing costumes
created for each routine -- stunning
fabrics, dazzling sequins and overall
sparkle will ensure your child shines
even more on stage.
For more information, visit
brindabellacc.com.au or facebook.com/
Empowering girls for life
The Canberra Physical Culture Club
has been operating for more than 30
years in the south Canberra area and
has had many generations participate
within the club.
Physie is one of the few sports where
grandmothers, mothers, daughters
and granddaughters can all be mem-
bers of the same club at the same time,
experiencing the friendships and close-
knit bonds that Physie creates.
Physie is more than just a sport -- its'
a welcoming community of fun,
healthy, active families.
Fun, upbeat music is the soundtrack
to the sport, which fuses dance styles
such as jazz, ballet, hip-hop, contem-
porary, aerobic dance and even yoga.
Physie is the perfect combination of
movements designed to increase
strength, fitness and flexibility.
Benefits include increased co-
ordination, brain development and
confidence, and, best of all, it won't
break the bank.
The Canberra Physical Culture Club
celebrated some great successes in
2014, including a number of teams and
individual competitors reaching the
There is an aura of confidence
around physie girls of all ages. Taught
to stand tall with strength and pride,
they are team players committed to
achieving their goals.
To learn more about the Canberra
Physical Culture Club, visit the inform-
ation table at Westfield Woden on
Saturday or at the Tuggeranong Hy-
perdome on Saturday, February 7.
For more information, phone
0411 600 658 or visit
WINTER SPORTS REGISTRATION
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